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Why do people worry
Abstract Over the last few years there has been increased interest in worry. Most assessment up until now has been concerned with what people worry about and how much they worry rather than exploringExpand
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Generalized anxiety disorder: a preliminary test of a conceptual model.
This study presents a preliminary test of a conceptual model of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) which is theoretically driven and has clear clinical implications. The model's main features areExpand
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Efficacy of a cognitive-behavioral treatment for generalized anxiety disorder: evaluation in a controlled clinical trial.
Recent advances in the understanding of worry have led to the development of treatments for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). The present study tested a GAD treatment that targeted intolerance ofExpand
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Cognitive Treatment of Pathological Gambling
This study evaluated the efficacy of a cognitive treatment package for pathological gambling. Sixty-six gamblers, meeting DSM-IV criteria for pathological gambling, were randomly assigned toExpand
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A National Survey of Gambling Problems in Canada
Objective: The 1990s saw widespread expansion of new forms of legalized gambling involving video lottery terminals (VLTs) in community settings (that is, in bars and restaurant lounges) and permanentExpand
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Cognitive assessment of obsessive-compulsive disorder
Recent theories of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) emphasize the importance of cognitive contents (beliefs and appraisals) and cognitive processes in the etiology and maintenance of OCD. In orderExpand
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Cognitive and behavioral treatment of pathological gambling: a controlled study.
This study evaluated the efficacy of a cognitive-behavioral treatment package for pathological gambling. Twenty-nine men who met criteria for pathological gambling in accordance with the DiagnosticExpand
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Self-Exclusion Program: A Longitudinal Evaluation Study
Few self-exclusion programs have been evaluated and their long-term impact remains unknown. This study has two main goals: (1) to assess changes in gambling behaviour and gambling problems forExpand
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Intolerance of Uncertainty and Problem Orientation in Worry
Worry, which is the central feature of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), is now recognized as a truly important clinical phenomenon. The present study examines the relationship between intoleranceExpand
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Group cognitive-behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder: treatment outcome and long-term follow-up.
A recently developed cognitive-behavioral treatment for generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) targets intolerance of uncertainty by the reevaluation of positive beliefs about worry, problem-solvingExpand
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